GBP/USD bears the burden of US dollar pullback.
US President Trump said trade with China “upset very badly” by the coronavirus.
UK PM Johnson will chair the first daily briefing after returning to the office.
US Jobless Claims, virus updates will be important as well.
GBP/USD extends pullback moves
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Germany's Robert Koch Institute (RKI) Chief Lothar Wieler said on Tuesday, he is optimistic about flattening the coronavirus curve.
Optimism is still justified.
Any change in the virus trend will be clearer after Easter.
The actual mortality rate from the virus in Germany is ~0.8%.
GBP/USD declines for the first time since December 23.
Sparse trading, fears of hard Brexit and EU’s likely readiness to disappoint UK PM seem weighing on the pair.
Early-month activity numbers, trade/Brexit headlines could entertain market players.
GBP/USD drops to 1.3210 while heading into the Lo
The Resolution Foundation, a think-tank, said in its earnings outlook on Friday, real wages in the UK are expected to climb early in 2020 to levels not seen since before the Global Financial Crisis (GFC), per Reuters.
“Pay data adjusted for inflation will be strong at the start of the
GBP/USD suffers worst weekly loss despite UK election result as hard Brexit fears creep in.
BoE expected to cuts rates, perhaps as soon as Jan 30th meeting.
GBP/USD is trading at 1.3008 at the time of writing, a touch higher and consolidating on the 200 four-hour moving average between and 1.2985 a
The pound continues to remain under heavy selling pressure amid rising Hard Brexit fears following UK PM Johnson's confirmation to parliament that the government planned legislation to ensure that the UK’s post-Brexit transition period would end in Dec 2020.
FXStreet’s Analyst Ross J Burland explai
GBP/USD pulls back from three-day low, still carries a 0.5% loss.
YouGov’s MRP model increases the fears of a hung parliament.
Tory candidates keep getting criticized, eyes on US CPI, Fed meeting for now.
GBP/USD pulls back from the recently flashed three-day low to 1.3122 during Wednesday’s Asian
Weekend UK polls have the Tory party in the lead, potentially supporting GBP in the open.
Labour has tightened the gap according to minor polls.
GBP/USD gaining traction on key UK election week, uncertainty prevails.
With just days until the vote, Labour has tightened the gap according to polls C
The latest survey conducted by the UK’s property website Rightmove showed that the number of British properties put up on offer has fallen dramatically to a decade lows 10 amid Brexit and election uncertainty, per Reuters.
“There were 14.9% fewer properties put on sale in the four week
The UK Labour party's home affairs spokeswoman was out with some comments in the last hour, via Reuters, saying that the Prime Minister Boris Johnson's call for an election is 'bogus'. We need to know first what kind of Brexit extension we get, the spokeswoman added further. Meanwhile, the GBP/USD
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NEW YORK/LONDON, Oct 22 (Reuters) - UK lawmakers rejected the government's proposed Brexit timetable, but losses in the British pound remained limited as chances of a no-deal exit from the European Union are now seen as miniscule.
Ahead of the votes on Tuesd
Brexit The fact Sterling has proven surprisingly resilient through the Wellington open on Monday buttresses well for risk sentiment. 'Super Saturday' in the UK House of Commons failed to live up to the billing as the crucial 'meaningful vote' on Prime Minister Johnson's Brexit deal was scuttled
GBP/JPY fails to reverse Monday’s pullback despite upbeat Brexit headlines.
Mixed trade news favor risk-off at the return of Japanese traders.
Japanese Industrial Production, UK Jobs report in the spotlight for now.
Despite witnessing Brexit positive signals, the GBP/JPY pair fails to reverse recen
The Times reports further woes for UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson
Johnson is facing a new cabinet rebellion over a no-deal Brexit
there are mounting concerns in Downing Street of further resignations
A group of five ministers - Nicky Morgan, Julian Smith, Robert Buckland, Matt Hancock and Geoffre